Microsoft’s Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) service will offer improved video conferencing quality with its Teams software.
The improved video conferencing quality is part of several updates for WVD, announced Thursday. Described by some as WVD v2, the rolling upgrade also more tightly integrates with the Microsoft Azure cloud service.
Specifically, Microsoft is making WVD easier to deploy and manage by integrating the administrative console into its Azure Portal. The company is also adding security and compliance capabilities to WVD by supporting data residency requirements.
WVD v2 promises to offer improved video conferencing quality when customers use it with Microsoft Teams. A technology Microsoft calls AV Redirect enables peer-to-peer data transfer during video. Brad Anderson, corporate VP for Microsoft 365, described it during a webcast Thursday outlining the updated WVD service. […]
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